How to avoid salt and sugar addiction in children
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How to avoid salt and sugar addiction in children

Children are often drawn to the bright and colourful packaging of fizzy or fruity drinks, available in the market. Consequently, parents are coaxed into buying these unhealthy, packaged drinks, filled with sugar and low nourishment. The recent Bournvita controversy and the subsequent rebuttal from Bournvita has brought the focus on the need to monitor sugar intake in kids to help prevent childhood obesity. According to health experts, while packaged juices may seem like an easy option, parents should try to opt for natural alternatives and healthy drinks for kids. They suggest making fresh juices and healthy drinks for kids at home, so they don’t get addicted to sugar-laced artificial drinks which cause ill effects on their health.
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Dr Supraja Chandrasekar

Pediatrician

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